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April 2018 Archives

What is the Youthful Offender Program?

A parent of a Connecticut juvenile is notified that their child has been charged with a crime. This can be a terrifying scenario for any parent. What does being criminally charged mean for their child? Will their young one end up going to prison, and will that child suffer a damaged reputation? In such a scenario, it is important to understand that Connecticut offers avenues for some juveniles to avoid worst case punishments and even avert having a criminal conviction on their records.

What can happen when you drive under the influence?

You have enjoyed a nice evening out with friends in Connecticut and you consumed a couple of drinks. While you know you are not completely sober, you also are confident in your ability to get yourself home safely. If the temptation to drive after you have been drinking is looming in your head, you may be interested to learn more about the consequences of this seemingly harmless behavior. 

How state law criminalizes drug paraphernalia

The term “drug paraphernalia” might seem unclear to many people in the state of Connecticut. What does it refer to? Generally, drug paraphernalia is any object that can be used to ingest illicit substances or to produce and prepare them. Drug paraphernalia can encompass a lot of different objects and tools. Some people may fear that the police might mistake an object in their possession as qualifying as drug paraphernalia.

Can drug court help you beat a meth addiction?

Methamphetamine addiction is plaguing numerous parts of the country, and many areas and people across Connecticut are in some way affected. If you are currently facing a drug-related criminal charge relating to your meth addiction, you may have justifiable concerns about the penalties you potentially face. However, depending on several circumstances, you may be able to enter a drug court program as opposed to serving time behind bars. In addition to keeping you out of a jail, research indicates that drug court may be a key component in helping you kick your drug addiction for good.

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